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we have been watching more and more police officers arrive here on the heen in laurel. we want to show you what that scene looks like now right. police from all over the state are seafght in the search. route 1 is shut down. this after officers were called to the scene of a reported gunman in the 9500 block of washington boulevard. one officer was hit. that officer has now been flown to shock trauma. but the gunman fled. the description we'reet ging is a man in his 30swith a black jacket and gray sweatpants. but as you can see, there is a massive police presence out here. we've seen police from laurel county, mont bomry county, assisting in the search for the gunman. and we have learned that laurel
police have set up a tipline for anyone with information on this but again, a police officer has been shot. and tonight, the gunman is still on the loose. we'll continue following this developing story. >> and of course, our complete coverage continues thou with jpt jeff long. with more on the impact on traffic conditions. >> as you can see, the police presence is massive. and they're got both lanes of route 1 shut down. this say busy time of day. and with this being shut down, they're having to divert traffic. northbound traffic is being forced to turn and divert onto whiskey bottom road. as you can see, there's a lot
of cars here. 32 a huge area cordon often with police tape. that means, given the fact that an officer was shot, there's going to be a lengthy investigation. so at this point, it could be several hours before this road is opened again. reporting live from sky eye chopper 13, i'm captain jeff long. we will continue to follow the story and bring you more information as it becomes available. hear breaking muse at this sometime. a jury has reached a verdict in the lawsuit against dr. mark meday. >> this verdict comuft coming down about an hour ago. after two days of deliberation, a jury did find that dr. mark medei did breach medical care standards. >> reporter: after hours of dlkdzs, jurors find dr. mark
medei guilty of malpractice. >> what i did, i would do for my father and mother. they were treated preparely and with the highest regard for their well being. >> reporter: the lawsuit accuses medei of give giving wine erg, unnecessary stents. this is one of hundreds of lawsuits. >> dr. medei reviewed and said it was 90%. but after they review it, it was 90% -- 10%. >> reporter: medei worked as an independent contractor at the hospital, serving as the director of the catheterization lab. >> terns on both sides of this case are unable to speak because of a gag order issued at the beginning of the of the trial. phase 2 is expected to start on
monday. that's when they'll discuss that $150 million lawsuit. we're live tonight, rochelle ritchie, wjz eyewitness news. >> dr. medeiei resigned and lost his medical license two years later. mary is live in the newsroom with the latest. police confirm approximately five children may have injested a questionable substance. they all attended a reach partnership school in northeast baltimore. they were transported to the hospital this morning. no word on the ages of the student. they are being evaluated to determine what exactly the substance was. baltimore city's child abuse division is working the hospitals and the state's attorney on this case. it remains under investigation. we'll continue to follow it. vic? >> reporter: mary, thank you. it serves students in grades 6 through 12. a big boost for baltimore.
578 summon announces it will bring 1,000 jobs to the area. >> amazon's new full fillment center will be here on broening highway. >> reporter: ramzon is coming to charm city. >> it's a great day for baltimore. and i'm very pleased at the work that was done in order to make that happen. >> the 1 million square-foot facility will look similar to this warehouse. these? is one of eight new ware houses planned across the country. according to amazon, each city has a very large consumer base. >> amazon is moving toward same- day delivery.
employees will pack and ship goods to consumers. >> since i'm into building maintenance. that would be perfect for me. i love that kind of work. i've been doing it all my life. >> it will pay more than the average job. plus, benefits include 401k, healthcare and prepaid tuition for college. >> i will apply. >> reporter: this will energize the area and could attract other fortune 500 companies to baltimore. >> a place gets hot. all of a sudden, consultants realize, businesses are going to that area. they look at our demographics. they say, maybe we should think about baltimore, too. >> reporter: state leaders say this is more proof that baltimore is open for business. >> but heads up, if you shop on amazon.com, once this center opens, baltimore residents will have to pay sales tax. no word on when construction or hiring will
begin. amazon announces its plans to hope in baltimore. the family run judiciary store opened in the 19nirts. the owner claims it was the bottle tax cause of the accident him to go out of business. several national and super market chains have reportedly shown interest in taking over sant tony's space. some areas are already seeing snow. in western maryland, a steady stream. and also, here's a picture of what people are seeing in oakland. it's only, as i remind you, october. here, snow snow for maryland. just a mix of shun and clouds today. >> i the some nice pictures they it see about half an inch
in some spots. take a look at temperatures up there in garrett county. freezing at 32 degrees. 46 in cumberland. we're at 51 here. 50 in ocean city. biewcht biewpt is low. dry air in the region. could be freezing temperatures north and west of the city. most of the area will see frost and freezing. if you have sender plants out mant plants, if they're still out there and you want to keep them alive, either cover them up her or bring them in. frost tomorrow night and freezing temps will probably kill a lot of plants. tomatoes will probably be gone. record for tomorrow is 25 degrees. we'll be above that. that's certainly going to be
chilly for this time of year. denise? >> thank you, bob. a student at a high school in northeastern massachusetts is being held without bail, in connection with the death of one of the school's math teachers. now, investigators are trying to figure out why she was murdered. vinita nair has more for wjz 13. 14-year-old phillip chisholm was arraigned for the both of a mar math teacher. police were called tuesday afternoon, after the do i didn't return home. >> we didn't know it if he was hurt somewhere. we went around looking for him because we cared about him. >> another call came friday tuesday night about a female teacher who was also missing. >> police discovered blood in the second floor bathroom at danvers high school. >> police found the body in
woods behind the cool. relrelatives say she had a passion for teaching. she caught at the high school for two years. >> sheeft one of the nicest teachers. always saying hi. -- it's a real tragedy. >> police located the boy walking on a nearby road. police would not say how they tied the boy to ritzer's death or show she was killed. police describe the suspect as pleasant and softspoken. he was a top scorer on the soccer junior varsity team. >> i with the him and he seemed like a normal kid. >> students plan to hold a candlelight vigil tonight. >> chisholm is being held without bail. he is due back in court, november 22nd. the naacp names former u.s. house of representatives clerk
lorraine miller as interim president and ceo. the civil rights organization is searching for outgoing leader, ben geles. he announced his resignation in senate, but is expected to stay with the organization through december 31st. the search for a missing 14- year-old autistic boy now spreads to surrounding states. >> vic, you can file this one. just in case. turns out, this young boy loved trains. so authorities have spread the word to other states, including maryland, just in case he got on a train here in baltimore. >> reporter: 14-year-old avante oquindle got on a train. running through the halls alone and then running through the building. the autistic boy is nonverbal with the mental capacity of a 7- year-old, according to his distraught family.
>> every day, we're just trying to support each other. trying to keep spirits up. hoping there's good word. >> new york police launched a massive search. they searched by air, in the water, on the ground, and below ground, in the subway system. family members say avante loved all trains and may have gotten on board one. >> couple of stops and get off. i don't think he'll ride it. >> but authorities aren't taking any chances. that's why this missing persons flyer has now been circulated to surrounding states, including maryland. even though searchers have no direct evidence avante may have come to this state, where his older brother danny once played football for the university of maryland. flyers have already been distributed to all law enforcement in maryland, and throughout amtrak security. >> the number 1 reason that a child is recovered is because someone saw their photograph. so that's why it's imperative to get it out there in the public's high. -- eye. >> reporter: the reward for avantee's safe return, now up
to $90,000. we're live, derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >> derek, thank you. so far, more than 6700 volunteers have helped with the search for that missing boy. johns hopkins university regains a five-year, $70 million federal grant from the sthiewt institutes of health. the money is designed to change how researchers pursue development and other medical treatment. the grant comes through an nia program, known as clinical and translational since awards. the university of maryland baltimore lost its first bid for a similar grant. a growing black bear population means more bears are being hunted this week in maryland. wjz went to the western most part of maryland, where the hunt is centered. but alex demetrick reports, like the bears, the hunt is spreading. as deep creek lake settles into autumn, trucks pull into a check-in station, carrying dead, black bears. there is no restriction on size or age during the annual hunt. but there is a promise.
>> but we promised all along is that we would never wipe out the bear population with this well-regulated hunt. >> reporter: nine years ago, when it started, there were 900 bears. today, it's at 1,000. so the hunt quota is up. >> this year, between 95 and 130 bears will be taken. as their range has spread from garrett and allegheny counties, east, into washington and frederick counties. >> we're averaging about three cubs per cell. >> reporter: the goal is to control that growth. >> the hunt is achieving that for us. it's slowing the growth. but bear population continues to grow. >> reporter: but groups opposed to the hunt see that control as unnecessary. >> we've heard these arguments time and time again with department of natural resources. but we have to look at the land mass out there in western maryland. it's a huge land mass for these bears. >> reporter: only bears, seeking more room, are being spotted in maryland backyards. and because of crop damage, farms have become hunting grounds. >> he made a hard right, went
up to the edge of the corn field. and i was about 80 yards away, and took a shot. >> the bear that this gentleman took was a prior nuisance bear that we captured. this was a hunt that directly targets some of the problem bears. >> reporter: aloh demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. -- alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> hunters aren't the only ones taking black bears. according to dnr, 50 black bears have been hit and killed by cars in the past year. that's about half the number being hunted. still to come on wjz eyewitness news. >> take full responsibility for everything i've done to vincent and his family. judgment day. the man learns his fate. the latest on his sentence, straight ahead. and we continue to follow breaking news out of howard county. a police-involved shooting leaves an officer injured. wjz is live on the scene with the latest. it is getting colder as the sun starts to go down, can we expect to warm up any time soon? bob will have the updated first warning weather forecast when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
as we have been reporting, a police officer has been shot. and the search for a suspect is now still under way. wjz is live at the scene. meghan mccorkell has more for us. >> reporter: it really is an all-out search for the suspect. as we have been standing here, we see more and more officers ons scene, on route 1 here in laurel. just minutes ago, i spoke with an eyewitness who told me that
he actually saw that police officer get shot. he told me that there was a man outside of a red pickup truck, who was pacing alongside of the road. now, officers were called out for a possible gunman in this area. they say when the officers approached that man who was pacing, that man fired at least five shots at that officer. he says that the officer fell to the ground, onto the grass. he said the gunman, that eyewitness tells me the gunman jumped the guardrail, ran into the woods nearby. they say the officer's partner tried to chase the gunman and started firing shots into the woods. but it appears that that gunman did get away. the only description we really have of him is a man in his 30s, wearing a black jacket and gray sweat pants. now, we have learned that the officer that was shot is in serious condition. he is at shock trauma tonight. and as you can see, there is just a massive police presence out here. i can't tell you how many police cars continue to arrive. we've seen prince george's
county, montgomery county, howard county, laurel. i mean, all of the jurisdictions out here are out here, searching for the man that shot that officer. we'll continue following this developing story. for now, we're live in laurel, meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news remember. >> and of course, our complete coverage continues now. captain jeff long is in sky eye chopper 13 over the scene. most of this afternoon. he's going to tell us more about the impact this is having on traffic conditions. and of course, give us an aerial view over everything going on out there. >> as you can see, the police activity has all lanes of route 1 through laurel shut down. right here. this is between whiskey bottom road and gorman road. and those will be the detours that they're forcing people to get off on. whiskey bottom road, taking a pretty heavy impact because of that detour. because there are people that use whiskey bottom to get onto route 2. so they're coming up and not able to continue northbound. southbound, as i said, gorman road has been worked on. you can see with all of these
police cars on scene, this is going to be a lengthy investigation. >> jeff, thank you. and of course, we will continue to follow this story and bring you more information as it becomes available. all right. cool. >> cool air in the area. take a look at temperatures now. already down to the low 50s. airport, 51. northwest winds at 9. barometer rising. come back and take a look at very chilly temps after this. ,,
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stowe r. all right-- y alreadiy clouds here and there. most of the snow has pretty much ended. 46 cumberland. 54 down around the bay. locally, upper 40s to low 50s. tonight, north and west of town. some spot get down into the low to mid-30s. if you have tenderp plants -- tender plants out. it will be quite cold overnight. there is those west/northwest winds. still blowing a bit. but they'll be calming down later. that's where you get the colder temperatures as the winds die down. offshore this afternoon. rain activity continues to move away from the east coast. but a little disturbance came through the ohio valley. did cause a little snow across portions of ohio. garrett county, and mens mens still a little snow across portions of the midwest. still getting snow shower activity. most of it here in the
mountains pretty much gone. partly cloudy skies. that front stays cool. but dry weather continues for us into the weekend. milder air for the weekend. looks like really some very nice, fall continues. but tomorrow night with the cold areas, i've probably seen many spots down around 31, 32 degrees. that's why for tomorrow night, we've got a freeze warning, and freeze watch and frost advisories, all over the place, north and west of the city, metro area. west winds on the bay, gusting to 20 knots. bay temp around 63 now. and tonight, look for clear to partly cloudy skies. mid-30s to low 40s down by the inner harbor. 54 degrees tomorrow. which is just a little bit more than where we are right now, with still a breeze, under sunny to partly sunny skies. cool, fall day coming up. and chilly nights, until we get into the weekend, where moderation occurs.
>> thanks, bob. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. glitches galore. while tech experts work to fix the glitches on the obama care website. officials are asking for one person to resign. a major production to stop violence. a baltimore family, touched by tragedy wants to ensure it doesn't happen again. royal baptism. historic bay. ,,,,,,
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it is 6:29. 51 degrees and partly cloudy in central maryland right now. good evening. thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. we continue to follow the breaking news out of howard county. a police officer shot in laurel. and the search for a suspect still going, ongoing right now. wjz is complete coverage. meganmeghan mccorkell is live on the ground with what happened. and captain jeff long is in sky eye chopper 13 with the latest over the scene. >> reporter: denise, in the past half hour, we have watched multiple armored vehicles, arriving here at the scene. we've seen s.w.a.t. teams from different jurisdictions, arriving here to
help in that search for the gunman. now, this all started several hours ago. when police were called out here to route 1 in laurel, on a report of a gunman, pacing along the side of a street here, on the 9500 block of washington boulevard. we're told when officers approached that man, he opened fire, using a handgun on one of the officers, striking him. now, i just spoke with an eyewitness minutes ago, who says he was driving on route 1 and saw the whole thing. >> the gunman got out of the car and shot at an officer, striking him. then he fled across the street, hopped the guardrail and ran into the woods. and then by that time, he had at least a five-minute head start before police started heading into the woods. >> now that eyewitness told me that the injured officer's partner did chase that gunman into the woods, fired shots at the gunman, but the gunman did get away. nows we're told the injured officer is in serious condition.
police officials say his eyes were open, and he seemed to be conscious on the way to the hospital. we're told the chief of police is at shock trauma, with that injured officer. we'll continue following this developing story. i'm meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> our complete coverage continues now with captain jeff long in sky eye chopper 13 with more on the impact this is having on traffic conditions. jeff? >> reporter: the cars that you see right here is only a small percentage of the total police presence that is here on route 1. no route 1 being shut down, pretty much between gorman road on the north and whiskey bottom road on the south. now, looking into laurel, i've seen quite awe few headlights -- a few headlights coming up on laurel. and you turning back and going southbound. there's not a whole lot of places for them to go, to continue northbound, towards jessop. and southbound, same thing. a lot of lights. but a lot of people turned
around. a lot of detours. reporting live from sky eye chopper 13. i'm captain jeff long. back to you. >> thank you very much, captain jeff. we invite to you stay with wjz. we'll have the latest developments to bring you information as it becomes available, of course. the scramble continues to fix problems with the government website americans are using to sign up for health insurance. as tara mergener reports for wjz, technology experts are lending a hand, while congress is demanding answers. >> reporter: obama administration officials briefed congressional democrats this morning on what is being done to improve the health insurance website. >> i don't believe that the president is going to allow days and weeks to go by without marked improvement in the website's capabilities. >> reporter: disappointing. >> reporter: republicans were not invited to the session. >> clearly, there's problems with the website. but i would argue that the problems go much further than that. >> reporter: healthcare.gov is set up to allow americans to shop for health insurance.
but it has been plagued with problems. they are plagued with problems including online chat. >> clicking save and continue does not allow me to move forward. >> don't lose your sanity over this website. try it. if it doesn't work, walk away. try it tomorrow. >> reporter: some gop lawmakers, including congressman paul ryan, are calling for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelious to resign. but in an interview, she put the focus on fixing healthcare.gov. >> people are frustrated with the website. but the product is there. the prices are good. >> reporter: the deadline to sign up for insurance is march 31st. but many are calling for the obama administration to extend the open enrollment period. because of so many problems from the website. tara mergener, wjz eyewitness news. >> cbs news has learned the healthcare website's new shop
and browse feature often gives applicants a feature because they don't always enter the exact age. mare sein the news -- mary is in the newsroom. >> matthew cordell to six and a half years in prison from the wrong-way crash. june 22, 2013, i hit and killed vincent canzani. >> the 22-year-old admitted to killing 61-year-old vincent canzani in june after a night of drinking at bars, near downtown columbus. along with a prison term, cordell also loses his driver's license for life. the maximum cordell could have received was eight years. vic, back to you. >> mary, thank you. cordell's attorneys send a message about the value of taking responsibility for a tragedy. a maryland production company is turning tragedy into a powerful learning tool. educating high school and college students about the dangers of relationship
violence. jessica kartalija has the story. take 1. >> a home in monk ton is transformed into what looks just like a hollywood movie set. but this story has a powerful message. >> one in three in baseball is a great average. but one in three in relationship violence is terrible. it's gone unrecognized for far too long. >> reporter: tim watkins is the ceo of renegade communications, a hunt valley production company, partnering with the one love foundation, to create a digital educational piece about relational violence. >> we do anything to try to prevent another family from going through what we've had to go through. and it thrills us to think that people will pay attention to this and get out and save themselves. >> reporter: sharon love started the one love foundation in memory of her daughter yeardley, a university of virginia lacrosse player, beaten to death by her ex-
boyfriend. the presentation is part of the campaign aimed at 16 to 24-year- olds. highlighting the signals of relationship violence. samantha abel plays the main character, paige. >> there aren't really that many opportunities. >> renegade, and one love have also created a danger assessment app and public service announcement to help prevent relationship violence. >> turn our tragedy into a positive. and to honor yeardley in that way. she'd want us to do something about this. >> the presentation will be available for schools and colleges online and will have a student version for people to participate. jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> final presentation will have women giving personal accounts of experiences with relationship violence. changes for the zero
tolerance policy on the way. it's a change board members have considered for more than three years. some parents fear it's too lenient. >> back in 2011, 15-year-old nick stuben committed suicide, shortly after woodson high school leaders suspended him. nick had purchased a legal drug on campus. and the fairfax virginia school had a zero tolerance policy. in that same year, talbot county school leaders suspended two lacrosse players, for packing pen knives knives and lighters in their bags. they were items needed to fix their sticks. the boys had never been in trouble before. but soon after their suspension, they faced criminal charms. >> charges. >> charge him for having a deadly weapon for a two-inch pocketknife is ridiculous. it's such a waste of everyone's time. >> those are just two cases, causing safe school board members to consider broad changes to the student code of conduct. for instance, a student caught bullying other children, gets a 10-day suspension, under the
current code. but if the new policy is approved, that student could be forced to write an apology letter or go to mediation with the victim. so what if the student brings drugs on campus? well, now they're slapped with a 10-day suspension. the proposed code calls for community service or in-school suspension. the school board says this proposed plan will keep students in class longer. but some fear it will only make schools less safe. >> i would have problems sending my son to school, in an environment that i didn't feel was safe and secured him. that's my number 1 job as a parent. >> parents like devon roths child, who live in carroll county, have written to the state school board about the changes. she said the proposed code strips away. >> they know our staff. they know our students. it would be a real shame to take that control away from the local board of education. >> reporter: wjz reached out about the proposed changes. the school board says it does not comment on policies that have not yet been approved.
i'm gigi barnett, wjz eyewitness news. state school board members will take up the issue again in december. time now for a quick look at some of the stories you'll find in tomorrow morning's edition of the baltimore sun. a look at the incentives that were offered to amazon.com that helped lure their new distribution center here. a profile of local wheelchair marathoner, to tatiana mcfappeden as she -- mcfadden as she prepares. for these stories and a lot more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. and remember to look for the updated forecast, from wjz's first warning weather team. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. we continue to follow breaking news in howard cowntzy, where a police officer has been-- county, where where a police officer has been shot. wjz has complete coverage live from the scene. i'm bob turk. first warning weather center. still chilly into the weekend. we have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories on cbsbaltimore.com at this hour. for instant updates on all the
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meghan mccorkell has the latest on what happened. captain jeff long is in sky eye 13. >> that search continues to grow and grow. we watched the state police have now arrived here on the scene in route 1, in north laurel. where an officer was shot, earlier this evening. now, howard county police have briefed the media in the past hour. here's what they say happened. around 4:00, howard county police officers responded to a call of a gunman, pacing along route 1. three officers responded to the scene. police say when the officers came upon that man, that man immediately fired upon them, hitting one of the officers. the other two officers returned fire. but the suspect jumped a guardrail and ran into the woods. and tonight, police are using every resource available to find that gunman. >> right now, there is an active search for the shooter. we don't know his whereabouts. we've got helicopter, k-9, and
surrounding jurisdictions, assisting us in the search. >> reporter: now, the officer that was injured is said to be in serious condition at shock trauma. the howard county spokesman said that that person, that officer is alert. now, the gunman is described as a black male in a black jacket, with gray sweatpants in his 30s. lots of different jurisdictions are assisting in this investigation. laurel police have started a tipline for anyone that has information on that gunman. that phone number tonight is 240-294-1307. again, anyone with information on the gunman is asked to call the tipline. reporting live in north laurel, i'm meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> and our complete coverage continues now with captain jeff long in sky eye chopper 13 with more on the impact this is having on the area. jeff, we've seen so many cars in the area. have you seen any searches in the woods at all?
>> we did see some of the vehicles going up, a power line right away. which is right there on the right side of your screen. kind of dark. hard to show it right now. the only search we saw is a civilian walking through that area. they stopped, had him get on his knees. searched him. eventually let him go. but the driveway on the left- hand side of the screen, that is the driveway that goes up to the place where this actually happened. 9500 washington boulevard. there were a few vehicles coming out of there. that's a storage area. and we saw two vehicles in the last 10 minute the, come down that driveway. police stopped the vehicle, talked to the drivers, opened up the trunk, took a look before letting them proceed. as far as the rest of the traffic, nobody is getting through route 1 in this area right here in laurel. everybody northbound is either turning around or exiting onto whiskey bottom road. everybody southbound being forced to turn around or turn on gorman road.
reporting live from sky eye chopper 13, i'm captain jeff long. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much, captain jeff. and we invite you to stay with wjz for the latest developments on this story. we will bring you information as it becomes available. britain is celebrating the christening of the newest royal baby prince george. the 3-month-old was baptized at st. james palace. early today, his proud parents, prince william and kate, went for a family affair. it was the first time in more than 100 years. four generations. royal family were photographed together. grandparents, prince charles and camilla hosted a private tea, near the chapel, after the ceremony ended. i understand they were up all night, making sandwiches for that. >> little cucumber sandwiches with tea. >>,,,,,,,,,,,,
a chill evening. will it get even colder as the week goes on? look for 30s tonight. but back in the 40s to low 50s tomorrow. eventually with a lot of sunshine. next five days, cold nights. probably good chance of frost thursday night, maybe friday night. 56 saturday. close to 60 on sunday and monday. with a good deal of sunshine. vic? >> okay, bob. thank you.
practicing. >> sports drethor mark -- director mark viviano has more in tonight's wjz the fan sports report. >> reporter: ravens players began their mini vacation today. they will return next week to focus on the remainder of the season. and if they're looking for an inspiration to pick themselves up from a losing record, they can look to their own linebacker. jameel mcclain. it was in question after he suffered a spinal cord injury last gentleman. he was tireless in his west to come back healthy. he made it back onto the field this past sunday. and with limited preparation, mcclane started as inside linepacker and made no tackles. has recovery came -- as no surprise to him. >> i felt ready two months ago. >> for a guy to be out 10 months and be out and practice
geant in our game, amazing. >> they return to game action on november 3rd with a trip to cleveland to play the browns. game 1 of the 2013 world series. now are we talked about jameel mcclain's comeback story. the red sox are a comeback story in their own rite. it's a team that finished in last place. worst season for the franchise in nearly 40 years. here they are this year, best record in the league. and helping a city with a setback with the boston marathon bombing. >> obviously the last couple of years haven't been so great here. so for us to give this city a climmer of hope, i think helped the city, helped us as a baseball team. red sox reliever coachy
don't miss tonight's cbs primetime lineup. it is the 300th episode of csi on wjz. at 10:00, with tonight's special guest star, jason priestly, immediately followed by eyewitness news at life:00. that's -- 11:00. that's it for us right now. >> thanks for watching wjz, maryland's news station. now, we don't want you to go away, because there is much more coming up ahead, on the cbs evening news with scott pelley, including tonight, a report from the scene, where another teen stands accused of killing a teacher. we now take you to new york and scott pelley with the cbs evening news. >> pelley: tonight: buyer
beware. an attempt to fix the health insurance web site leads to more troubles. >> incredibly misleading for people trying to get a sense of what they're paying. >> pelley: jan crawford breaks the story. these children lost their homes. now they're forced to work in the fields. clarissa ward explains. a surprising report today on the cost of college. dean reynolds reports some universities are putting degrees on sale. and five months ago we showed you gray son clamp, whose brain implant allowed him to hear for the first time. >> daddy loves you! >> pelley: how does life sound now? dr. jon lapook listens in. >> it's like a little miracle every time he hears something to me. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. president obama called in reinforcements today for what he